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James Guthrie

(c. 1612—1661) Church of Scotland minister


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(c.1612–61),

Scottish Presbyterian minister. He excommunicated General J. Middleton as an enemy of the National Covenant and made him do public penance in 1650. In 1654 the English Council of State appointed Guthrie one of the Triers. After the Restoration he was arraigned for treason and hanged.

Subjects: Christianity.


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